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Lace Market Theatre

The Lace Market Theatre is a small, independent amateur theatre, located in Nottingham, England. It is owned and operated by The Lace Market Theatre Trust Limited, which is a registered charity.

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... The Lace Market Theatre has been twinned with the Jakobus Theatre and Die Kaeuze in Germany since 1982 ... The theatres currently take it in turns to take one production every other year to the other ... The Lace Market Theatre hosts both German theatres across two weeks in one year, then, two years later, the two German theatres host one production each over one ...

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